A 19-year-old female asked about a 61-year-old female:
Is secondary cancer always terminal? my nana's breast cancer has spread to her liver...how long does she have to live?
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Urology 53 years experience
Not good, but...: Nowadays, the advent of chemotherapy & the understanding of the cancer with specific cell types have brought much more good news to the cancer affected patients including breast cancer although, of course, metastatic cancer worsens the longevity. For your nana, it would be more logical to direct this Q to her medical oncologist who knows more her individual conditions than anyone online.
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